Okay i am super lost on what you are saying…:manvery-happy: but let me re-phrase my problem
one day i was going to reformat my computer " My main hard drive " i inserted the windows 7 disc on my dvd writer…
restarted my computer and it booted up to the windows 7 setup screen… so when i was choosing the partition i didn’t
notice that my WD-Smartware was connected to my USB hub… so my computer detects 2 hard drive on my computer
which is “My main hard drive” and the “WD-Smartware hard drive”
on the partition section… until i chose the " WD-Smartware" and quick reformatted it.
and what you are reffering me to do is impossible cause my " WINDOWS 7 " is installed to my main hard drive.
but i did that what you said and its sayin…
“You cannot format this volume”
it contains the version of windows that you are using.
Formatting this volume could cause your computer to stop working.